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The President's impact on trade and transportation in Florida

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Economic Backbone: Transportation and Trade

The President's impact on trade and transportation in Florida

Jason Garcia | 4/26/2017

One of President Donald Trump’s first acts as president was to withdraw the United States from the Trans-Pacific Partnership free-trade agreement, and he has vowed “America First” trade and foreign policies that could include initiatives such as new and higher tariffs on imports. What impact might the Trump administration have on international trade in Florida?

ALSO IN THIS ARTICLE: TopRank Florida lists: Top 10 Florida Import Markets, Top 10 Florida-Origin Exports, Florida’s Deepwater Ports, Foreign Trade Zones in Florida, Biggest Florida Airports. Plus, quotes from Jim Bacchus, Felicia Leborgne Nowels, Manny Mencia, David Murphy.

 

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